Cell Theory Cartoon Evan P Period 5/6
By s119300, Updated
This is for Biology class
Hi, I'm Jimmy Neutron, a modern day scientist, with a great story to tell you! It is about the thing we know today as cells.
Back in 1665, a monk named Robert Hooke had cut up cork into the thinnest slice he could.
Hmm. Some Cork! I wonder...
Robert Hooke had used a microscope of the time to observe the thin cork. He had just made a groundbreaking discovery!
When he looked very closely, he saw cells!
No! Not these kind of cells! The cells that he saw were little boxes in the cork, that he thought looked like rooms in a monastery! So when he published his findings, he named the things cells!
Well, I have to get back to work. But don't fret, I will be back soon for another story about cool things in science!
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